RAM-HOL-UN4U

RAM Mount Universal Finger Grip Holder

RAM Mount Universal Finger Grip Holder

Description

The RAM Mount Universal Finger Grip Holder is designed to hold a large amount of cell phones and electronic devices.

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$21.49
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$18.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

The holder comes with (3 sets) of four flexible rubber coated fingers placed along sides to grip your device. The fingers open by squeezing the ends to open the small finger arms. The bottom of the holder includes a back plate that adds support to the device being held by the mount.

This mount is designed to hold the following devices:
Cell Phones
2-Way Radios
GPS Devices
Height Dimensions:
Minimum with Top and Bottom Plates: 5.25"
Maximum with Top and Bottom Plates: 6.0"
The top and bottom plates can be removed for larger devices.

Spine Plate Dimensions:
2.5W x 5.0H"

Using Short Arm Side Clamps:
Maximum Depth: 0.75"
Minimum Width: 1.25"
Maximum Width: 3.0"

Using Medium Arm Side Clamps:
Maximum Depth: 1.25"
Minimum Width: 1.5"
Maximum Width: 3.5"

Using Long Arm Side Clamps:
Maximum Depth: 1.6"
Minimum Width: 2.25"
Maximum Width: 3.5"

Material:
High Strength Composite

Note:
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag.

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RAM Mount Universal Finger Grip Holder RAM-HOL-UN4U Universal Finger Grip Holder
$18.99
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